Tracking more rain and snow in the days ahead with arctic blast arriving Thursday

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Rain and snow from Sunday has moved on and now we begin a new work week! Roads look great locally, as temperatures are holding above 32° for most and no fog issues are happening at this time. Cloudy skies are holding and some breaks will be possible through the afternoon, as high pressure works in from the southwest. Afternoon highs should reach the lower 40s which is seasonal for early December.

Rain chances will work back in for tomorrow (Tuesday) and this should be an all rain event for the FOX59 viewing area. No doubt the weather pattern is turning more active and thus far its been rain and not snow for Indianapolis, only a trace so far! Arctic air though is on the way by late week, so snow chances should increase but at this time the moisture could be lacking.

Last week, computer models were locked in on perhaps a decent shot of snow for Thursday! Currently, the models have dropped the system altogether! It still needs to be monitored, but the colder air could arrive quicker thus driving the low well south of the state, limiting any real accumulations! Look for more updates in the days ahead.

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